Little update for y’all. Finally got out to sit about a week ago. Great sit, saw about 10 deer. Had a crab claw buck directly below me at one point. Had shots on a doe also. My buddy shot a 2&1/2 year old 7 point. His first buck ever, was pretty excited for him. Although he passed on a broken up wide 10 point 3&1/2 year old buck a few weeks prior. I was really surprised he didn’t shoot the 3&1/2 year old buck. Lucky for me I know where a few of his beds are and if he makes it til next season he’s gonna be a stud. Got out Monday for an all day sit. Saw a buck chasing a doe about 90 yards away. Grunted a few times but couldn’t get him to come off her. He stopped and thought about it for half a minute. But he chased her on down the trail. Switched spots around lunch time to a good wooded pinch between two fields. It was super windy and didn’t see anything. Heard a doe bleating along with some grunts behind me, but didn’t see them. Getting a little nervous about the rest of the season. My plan was to hunt October pretty hard and try to tag out while the doe’s we’re still in the area. Work unfortunately prevented that. Now the acorns are thin, no crops around me and the deer are in lockdown mode. Haven’t really ever hunted late season before. Anyone have any tips?